Monday, December 5, 2011

Rice flour buttermilk savoury fritters



1 cup rice flour
1 cup sour buttermilk
1/4 tsp mustard seeds
3 green chillie
1 tbsp curry leaves
1/4 tsp salt to taste
1 1/2" oil to fry

Heat 1/2 tbsp oil fry mustard seeds, green chillie and curry leaves. Add the sour buttermilk and salt then bring it to a boil and remove from heat. Add rice flour and mix well without any lumps.
When it is warm to handle, grease hands and make a small lime sized ball. Flatten it then make a hole in the centre.
Deep fry in hot oil and serve warm as a snack.
Buttermilk vada recipe is adapted from here and goes to snack mela.

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84 comments:

  1. WoW! these rice flour savouries are for me.Crunchy little bites.

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  2. All things fried and wonderful! :-)

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  3. These are some of my favorite kind of snacks! Yum!! :)

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  4. Excellent looking vadas. Wonderfully prepared.


    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  5. looks so crispy and yumm !!!! thanks for sharing this recipe...bookmarking it !!!!

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  6. they look like they are calling my name. yum yum.
    Love Ash.

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  7. Glad you tried this Vada..which I learnt from my In-laws :) Looks wonderful..its my all-time favorite snack..

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  8. Looks so crunchy and tempting..

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  9. very appetizing snack...we have a similar version using maida called Savala Vada...this is a very healthy recipe...will definitely give a try...

    cheers

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  10. Buttermilk vada looks delicious.

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  11. Nice recipe..Very innovative and tempting.

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  12. very crispy rice vada, with coconut chutney wow yummy ..

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  13. wow so so crispy n wonderful vada.. bookmarked..

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  14. Akheela, this looks extremely delicious and crispy. Have a nice day.

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  15. So appetizing and tempting! It's a great snack!

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  16. super tempting vadas...........

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  17. omy...sounds divine...wonderful preparation akheela..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  18. I can't resist a good looking fritter =) This sounds delicious!

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  19. Mouthwatering recipe, this looks so good.

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  20. your picture is appetizing. Very good alternate for methu vada. Looks crisp and yumm.

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  21. wow awesome vadas...luv it...nice snack...


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  22. that would be nice for snacks. yummy!

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  23. Wow fritters looks extremely crispy and prefect for a evening snacks.

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  24. I only need to buy the rice flour to make these yummies. Thanks.

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  25. Wow thats sounds interesting idea..looks crispy and perfect

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  26. wow..vadas looks so tempting..wonderful recipe :)

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  27. thats a fantastic savoury fritter, we will simply love it at home, esp with the curry leaves.

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  28. Perfect!!!!
    These look so tempting in this cold weather...
    Along with hot cup of tea... Yummm....

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  29. Again, first time I'm seeing fritters from rice flour, they look delicious!

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  30. Crispy and yummy..perfect with a cup of tea

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  31. YUMMMM! the vadas look delicious. Awesome recipe Akhila :)

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  32. I love fritters and these are just delightful!

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  33. This just leapt into my savory-loving heart! Delicious!

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  34. This is a great gluten free dish! They look very delicious!

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  35. Its superb. Same with diff name. http://h4hemh4help.blogspot.com/2011/11/mosarukodabalemosarunipathu.html

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  36. These would be perfect with a cup of tea or coffee. Yummy!

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  37. Wow!!!! Lovely savory recipe. This looks delicious and easy to make too. Bookmarked.

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  38. Can't say no to those fritters! They look so savory indeed!

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  39. Fritters look so yum,perfect to get rid of the winter blues.

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  40. Awesome....Super delicious ..!!

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  41. Looks like such an easy way to make vada. Luv this easy recipe. My hubby loves vada. the mixture will be liquid or dough?

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  42. Thank you for the comments
    The vada mixture will be a dough easy to make shapes to fry hope you get to try

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  43. Anything fried makes my life happier!

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  44. wow this is looking so mouthwatering!

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  45. These looks fantastic and I love anything fried!

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  46. Yumm yumm yummmm,Akheela!I just love the crunch of rice flour fritters in my mouth and with the addition of buttermilk,it must be very soft and tasty.Perfect with my evening cup of tea:)

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  47. Crispy, crunchy and look fantastic. It's a delicious appetizer.

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  48. Vada looks lovely..and mouth watering...nice recipe..thanks for sharing..will try some time...

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  49. hey..yum yum yumm..i always Love fritters & its different!hmmm

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  50. they look great and like a donut....I would love to make these for Christmas..

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  51. These look like delicious fritters.
    Thank You for sharing.

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  52. Heyy you made vadas with rice flour? Nice! Now I want to try them :)

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  53. Just mouthwatering...looks so easy to prepare & delicious!

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  54. Sounds delicious but I cannot get buttermilk here. I use crème fraiche instead for anything that requires buttermilk. Will give it a try. Diane

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  55. such lovely looking fritters, they look a bit like onion rings but sound a lot more exciting. Great recipe!

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  56. wow...crispy and very tempting fritters....yum!

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  57. They will make a great tea time snack

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  58. Wow - The flavors in these fritters is what makes it so tempting. I could eat these all day... Ok, maybe for an hour or so...

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  59. absolutely delicious fritters, looks awesome..

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  60. Oh my gosh, these sound so good...and they look like onion rings, so I was drawn right in. I'd love to try some!

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  61. i love vadas ! made at home often. tastes great with rasam rice :)

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  62. i got lots of rice flournin my pantry, now I know what to do with them. I'll try this recipe for sure! thanks for sharing.

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